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Lake Easton State Park, Easton
(3.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Lake Easton State Park is a 516acre Washington state park in Kittitas County. The park sits in the eastern foothills of the Cascade Range and has 24000ft of shoreline on Lake Easton. Park activities include picnicking, camping, hiking, mountain biking, boating, fishing, swimming, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, wildlife viewing, and horseshoes.
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  • Like the title says, this campsite is clean and simple. But very close to the highway. Some of the sites including the group sites (which we were at) are so close to the highway it really disrupts the...  more »
  • After driving past the park for years, it was time to explore the area. We parked on the west side of the park near the old concrete bridge visible from I-90 (a Discover Park is required), then hiked ...  more »
  • We took the trail around the loop and had a very nice easy hike. The view across the lake is beautiful. 
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  • Lake Easton State Park is a nice park to visit. Good walking trails. Good to take photos of the lake and the park. Easy to drive to this park.
  • Just a nice size. Beautiful swimming lake with lovely green mountain views. Clean and well-maintained campsites. We'll come back. ;-)
  • Lots of Freeway Noise and Restrictive Rules This park is right off of I-90; many of the sites are only a hundred feet from the freeway which makes for a very noisy time. I've stayed at this park twice now: the first time in a site next to the Yakima River and the second time next to the freeway. The site next to the river was an additional $10 a night, but it is worth it for the site next to the freeway is so noisy that it was difficult to have conversations when sitting across fro someone at the picnic table. As you get father away from the freeway, the trees really help to disperse the noise and it's really not an issue in the "popular" sites next to the river. In addition to the noise, you are required to place you tents on the provided tent pads an nowhere else. We didn't realize this initially, and we were forced to move our tent onto the pad. In fact, our site said it could house up to three tents, but we could barely fit two on our tent pad. The tent pads are at least level, but incredibly hard. The park has a nice beach with adequate playground equipment. This beach has plenty of parking, so if you don't want to hike or bike the 1 mile trail from the eastern sites, you have options. While I have mixed feelings about this park, I will probably go back since it is so close to Seattle, but I will definitely be seeking out the "popular" sites along the river.
  • Great campsites, hiking trails, and a beach. Just be prepared for a walk or a sort car ride if you're going from the campground to the beach. They're just over a mile apart.
  • Wanna get away. But not too fare. Well look know further then lake Easton state park. Friendly kind park rangers. Friendly fellow camper's. Very clean camp grounds. They have trails to hike. An fishing. They even have shower facilities. Awesome stay. Bring your bikes an let the kids ride around the camp site.. great place to stay.